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problem from that along with the local 11 to 12 s of -- inches of rain we had. 44 right now . you probably saw the rain drops hit on the glass there. south western wind at 21. flood warnings are up for just about everybody. parts of howard and carroll county not dealing with that. a lot of this is river stream, creek flooding, some of it is street needing. we're going to have tides from 2 to 4 feet above normal. moderate flooding in the next day-to-day and a half. here's a look at your forecast. today mid 40s. it's going to be windy and cold. rain this morning, showers this afternoon. a few showers tonight as we dip into the upper 30s and low 40s. tomorrow mid 50s still breezy. thursday dry, 57. friday 54. saturday 59. milder sunday. this is the weekend we turn the clocks back and get an extra hour of sleep. >>> things are changing as we speak. you are going to find exactly what you'd expect to find after a big storm like this, you're going to have debris in the roadways, trees down, power outages, signal lights out. when you head out the door, i want to give you an indication of what to e
on their hands. two local teams that are winning. >> i flew zach home from college so we could go to the game tonight because he has never been to a baseball playoff game. >> trying to take care of the yankees, looking to make it a beltway world series. >> we are having a great year. win-win, and keep winning. >> reporter: we all know the mason dixon line separates the north from the south, but what line divides nats from o's fans? if you would like to weigh in go to our wusa9 facebook page. >> the success has been a good thing for local businesses, specifically sports bars and restaurants with big screen televisions. the argue ngata -- the restaurant in dc is one of countless places where people gather to watch the games. sunday was a big day, not just because of all the games on television but it was also the first day dc bars and restaurants could stay open until 4:00 in the morning the day before columbus day, as well as vet tan -- veteran's day, thanksgiving and christmas. >> i think dc is getting young and hipper, they say. i think people are out later now. when it is going to be good,
government. most local governments also closed. emergency personnel, though, are still asked to report. every major public transportation agency is closed today, including metro transit and vre. pretty much every flight into and out of our region has been canceled. you're advised to call your airline first if you have any questions about getting in or out of town. marc is shut down today. amtrak canceled most of its northeast corridor trains. again it's pret much a quiet day. today is also the third day of an extended weekend for most school systems in our region, and we have all of this information on our website. it's we keep it updated 24/7. >>> very little traffic out there, but that doesn't mean we don't have problems and road closures. so let's go to monika samtani who's going to tell us about that. >>> if you're planning to head around town, let me take you to a graphic. here at the bay bridge, level one wind restrictions. that means winds are 40 to 49 miles an hour. no empty box trailers are house trailers allowed across the bay bridge. they'll reassess that throughout the
local, state and federal antiterror states. it cost and didn't do a whole lot. >>> some republican members of congress claim the state department officials in libya -- claim state department officials in libya had requested tighter security before the attacks on the consulate in benghazi. two lawmakers say they got their information directly from sources with knowledge of the event in libya. secretary of state hillary clinton announced she is forming a committee to look into what really happened in that attack. >>> a military court has decided to hear more arguments in a dispute involving the accused fort hood shooting. major nadal hassan has refused to shave his beard on religious grounds. the army bands beards. he's charged with killing 13 people november 2009 and he faces the death penalty if he's convicted. >>> a bang beating is captured on camera and now the man believe to have orchestrated it all is facing up to 25 years in prison following a guilty verdict. >> ken molestina was in the courtroom. he has the disturbing images. >> reporter: montgomery county prosecutors say you
with a look at what else you should expect. >> at 4:41, a security breach at a popular local bank could leave thousands vulnerable to identity theft. >> also at 4:41, another major national retailer announces plans to hire thousands of holiday workers. >> we're back in two minutes with your weather first. thank you for watching 9news now. >>> 4:40 on this tuesday morning a. chill in the air. nothing terribly cold but you'll need a jacket. we have 40s and 50s. we stay school. 60 degrees for lunch. high today 66. 6:00 p.m. we're back down to 62. back in a few with the seven- day. right now upon came with timesaver traffic. >> thank you so much. >>> here's 270 on the southbound side at route 109. traffic still moving well. northbound, though, want to watch out for the construction between 109 and route 80 where the left lane has been closed overnight. i'll be back with more coming up in a few minutes at 4:47. >>> time right now 4:41. i am watching your money. it's a pleasure to do it on wall street today. stocks rallied on the news that americans were in a buying mood the last couple of months.
in the true story after young surfer who enlisted the help of a local legend to train him so survive one of the biggest waves on earth. that's your eye on entertainment. bigad shaban, cbs news, los angeles. >> wow, that was cool. >>> good morning. thank you for watching 9news now. it's 5:00 a.m. i'm andrea roane. hope we won't see any surf like that around here any time soon. >> i'm jessica doyle in for mike hydeck. monika samtani will have your timesaver traffic in a moment and howard bernstein is watching the skies for us. >> we've got some low clouds and fog. we'll have a lot on sandy coming up in about 15 minutes. the 5:00 advisory nudges the track over a little closer to us instead of atlantic city. now maybe delaware bay. some in my chat room were saying will we have a better idea on sunday where this will
. and often comes at a price of nutrition. >> to understand just how difficult this is, some local families are taking part in the food stamp challenge. the goal? limit your food purchases to just $30 per week. we have more. >> reporter: 140,000 residents in the district rely on food stamps to put food on the table. the average weekly allowance for one person $30. >> it's really challenging to get enough food to last you through the week and also to buy what you want to eat. >> reporter: alex ashbrook is the director of d.c. hunger solutions, an organization that works to end hunger in our community. ashbrook is taking part in the food stamp challenge. that means she has only $30 for 21 meals, only about $1.40 a meal. this morning she bought everything on the table and she will have to stretch this into breakfast, lunch and dinner for the next seven days. >> i estimate i have enough food to get me through five days or so. i really had to be conscious of what i was putting into my cart, and i had -- i felt like i was playing the price is right making sure i was going to hit $30. >> reporter:
to reagan national airport where jessica doyle has more on our local airports slowly but oh so slowly recovering. >> reporter: i can tell you guys right now the workers at the airport are far outnumbering the passengers showing up here but they're getting back to normal. they're getting the flights in. the problem is they've got to get all the planes in from other locations to reagan national and dulles and bwi before they can fill them up with passengers and take them off. that's been the process since about last night. we are going to see flights taking off this morning. there's still a lot of cancellations on the board over there. i can tell you about 40 so far running this morning here at reagan national airport after 19,000 flights were canceled since sunday because of hurricane sandy. all of this is turning into a huge economic loss. ihs global is predicting this storm will now hit upwards of maybe $50 billion in losses. $20 billion in residential losses, property damage, that kind of thing. then you have commercial losses on top of that, such as 19,000 flights canceled around t
number. 1-877-444-6777. >>> a local business honored a former employee who was wounded while serving in afghanistan. he left his job to join the military in 2008. in his last tour, he risked his life to take down a suicide bomber targeting a fellow troop. he saved the life of a soldier and jurld his leg in the process. despite being honored by his former employees as a hero, he does not think the title fits him. we agree. >>> british police have launched a crackdown. >> officers with tattoos are no longer allowed to expose them. >> reporter: britain's top police force has inked a new policy on tattoos. scotland yard is ordering officers to cover them up. commanders say visible tattoos on the hands, neck or face damage the professionalismage of the department. >> it makes them more threatening than somebody who doesn't have a tattoo. >> reporter: jimmy thorn believes offices have a right to show off their body art. he says he's tattooed lots of police. >> never on their hands or neck but they have large forearm pieces. as people they're interested in art. >> reporter: the ban applies
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